A Salute to the Man Behind ATIiNteractive and Philippine eExtension

We'd like to give a salute to the man who made us realized that Philippine e-Extension and ATIiNteractive possible. He made himself a part of the ATI family and pushed us to embrace change and think outside the box.  With him, we were able to push through with e-learning and expanded it further to embrace the different components of the e-Extension Program for Agriculture and Fisheries. We were able to put up the Farmers' Contact Center, which now serves as a frontline helpdesk of the Department of Agriculture for farm and business advisory services and a technical support for e-Learning.  

Who would have thought that with these initiatives, the Agricultural Training Institute has been recognized not just locally but globally. See our related posts: 

e-Extension in the Philippines  

Kudos to the Man Who Made Philippine e-Extension a Reality 

Philippine e-Extension Team in the US 

ATI speaks on e-Extension Program during the World IT Forum 2009 in Vietnam

JRYA with UPLB award in front of an e-learning backdrop Hence, we'd like to give a toast to the man who has been our mentor, my former college instructor, and now our e-Learning Process Advisor, Mr. Jose Rey Y. Alo, for being one of this year's Distinguished Alumni from the College of Development Communication of the University of the Philippines Los Banos. 

Thank you and congratulations, Sir Rey!





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Thank you Ms. Pam and Ms. Niet

Thank you Ms. Pam and Ms. Niet. It's a pleasure working with ATI's own dynamic duo. I share these accolades with you -- two who have also endured my lectures and prodding some years back within the four walls of DevCom at UPLB. It doesn't always happen that a former teacher gets to be invited by the former students to work with them. The experience is perspicaciously rewarding and professonally fulfilling...like, "Thank God, I did something good..."